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GST compliance - future directions presentation


This presentation covers:

  • the GST compliance program
  • financial supplies compliance issues
  • GST and income tax interaction
  • risk assessment and GST financial supplies
  • financial supplies current technical issues.

Author profiles

Steve Vesperman
Steve is the ATO Senior Assistant Deputy Commissioner responsible for the GST Compliance Program for the large corporate sector. He has held this role for over two years after spending four years in a key leadership role in the National GST Design and Implementation Project Team. His tax experience comes from over 20 years in the ATO's Indirect and Withholding Tax areas in both leadership and project management positions. - Current at 17 December 2004
Anthony Long
Tony Long was employed by the ATO from 1980 to 2014. For the last 13 years of his career, he was an Assistant Commissioner working on GST issues, and had responsibility at various times for Financial Supplies, Property and Technical Leadership. - Current at 16 June 2017
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This was presented at 2005 Financial Services Taxation Conference: Risky Business .

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Managing tax unit pricing

Author(s):  David GLEN

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GST compliance - future directions

Author(s):  Steve VESPERMAN,  Tony LONG

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Stamp duty

Author(s):  Peter GREEN

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Managing tax risk in an international tax group

Author(s):  Stephen GREEN

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The new international tax regime

Author(s):  Jason CHANG

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Managing capital in a financial services environment

Author(s):  Bryan DAVIES

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International Financial Reporting Standards

Author(s):  Ross GOUDIE

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